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- The colloquial term "designer baby" refers to a baby whose genetic makeup has been artificially selected by genetic engineering combined with in vitro fertilisation to ensure the presence or absence of particular genes or characteristics.
- A baby whose genetic make-up has been selected in order to eradicate a particular defect, or to ensure that a particular gene is present
- A child's one- or two-piece coverall with a warm lining for protection against cold and often with a water-repellent outer material
- (snowsuit) a child's overgarment for cold weather
- (Snowsuit) A ski suit is a suit made to be worn over the rest of the clothes when skiing. A ski suit made for more casual winter wear outdoors may also be called a snowsuit.
U.S. Polo Assn. "Mallet Crest" 1-Piece Snowsuit (Sizes 12M - 24M) - charcoal, 18 months
It's time for winter fun in this 1-piece snowsuit from U.S. Polo Assn.! There is NO WAY your little one will get cold in this suit: head-to-toe coverage with weather-resistant shell, full insulation, polarfleece lining, and a zipper to the thigh for an easy exit. Little hands and feet will stay warm and dry with the detachable mittens and foldover booties. Additional features include handwarmer pockets, contrast piping, and mallet crest logo embroidery on the chest. From first sled rides to marveling at the falling snow, this snowsuit provides warm and comfy coverage. 100% Polyester Machine Wash Cold Made in China
Associate Professor Nicholas Tonti-Filippini
Monash University - 2011 Alumni Speaker Series
Unnatural selection: artificial life and designer babies. What does the future hold?
Lecturer, broadcaster and media commentator Waleed Aly will moderate an expert panel of Monash alumni as they discuss synthetic life, designer babies and what they mean for future generations.
Should we be able to choose the sex of our babies? What about selecting the most intelligent embryo, the one with the greatest sporting ability or the one that will live to 100? And as scientists get closer to creating synthetic life, do we really understand what this could mean for our world?
Professor Julian Savulescu (BMedSc(Hons) 1988, MBBS(Hons) 1988, PhD 1995)
Professor Savulescu is a world-leading ethics scholar. He holds the Uehiro Chair in Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford and is a Sir Louis Matheson Distinguished Visiting Professor at Monash University. A researcher, educator and communicator, Professor Savulescu promotes public discussion around the ethical issues of everyday life.
Professor Gab Kovacs AM (MBBS 1971, MD 1995)
Professor Kovacs, a professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Monash University, is a sub specialist in reproductive gynaecology and has been a staff member of Monash IVF since 1978. He has been President of The Fertility Society of Australia, Family Planning Australia, Family Planning Victoria, and Chairman of The IVF Directors' Group of Australia.
Associate Professor Nicholas Tonti-Filippini (BA(Hons)1981, MA 1988)
Associate Professor Tonti-Filippini is the Associate Dean (Teaching, Learning and Research) and Head of Bioethics at John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family and also a consultant in bioethics. He was Australia's first hospital ethicist, holding that position at St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne from 1982-1990 where he was also founding director of the Bioethics Department.
About the moderator:
Waleed Aly is a lecturer in politics at Monash University and works within the University's Global Terrorism Research Centre. He appears regularly in the media including hosting ABC Radio 774 shows, ABC TV's 'Big Ideas' and SBS TV’s 'The Late Sessions'. He has previously worked as a commercial lawyer, and was a board member of the Islamic Council of Victoria for more than four years.
This event is part of the 2011 Alumni Speaker Series, which aims to showcase Monash expertise and challenge audiences on global issues. This year, five thought-provoking lectures, forums and panel presentations will inform, entertain and inspire you.
The event will be filmed by ABC TV’s ‘Big Ideas’ and Slow TV. Please note that you might be filmed as part of the audience. If you do not consent to being filmed, please advise a Monash staff member at the event.
Hosted by the Faculty of Arts
Date: Thursday 31 March, 2011
Time: 6 pm refreshments for a 6.30 pm start, to 8 pm
Location: BMW Edge, Federation Square, Corner Swanston and Flinders Street, Melbourne.
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